Very Useful Website for Tall People. Guest Post from Tall.Life

Yesterday, Tall Sam kindly presented my blog on his website. Today, I am pleased to present his blog to you. As you will find, this is a very helpful resource for tall people – to an extend that I am tempted to call him Clever Sam! Here is his guest post for Not Another Tall Blog.

Tall.Life is a website that focuses on tall stature and, more broadly, human height. A primary objective is to raise awareness for and solve the many challenges tall people face, from ergonomics to health, social issues, and even clothes.

The founder is a 6’7 engineer who has overcome his back problems by making ergonomic adaptations, sometimes known as tall hacks, and these are perhaps the greatest contribution of the site. For example, the raised cutting board can be a huge back saver for tall people. The same is true for the extra-long snow shovel for tall people and the various tall car projects.

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Other times Tall.Life takes a more humorous approach to tall stature, both with its own content and with the best the web has to off (see example J).

That’s all for now, and thank you to Angelina and Not Another Tall Blog for putting up this guest post!

10 comments

    • He is great, isn’t her! Thanks for taking the trouble to comment. Feel free to have a look at my blog, in case you might find it interesting, too. 🙂

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    • I just noticed that you have your own blog as well – really good! I subscribed to follow it now, hope you will be interested enough in mine to follow it!

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